When Microsoft shuts down Windows 10: Where to start

A lot of people have been complaining about Windows 10’s impending shutdown and its impact on their computer gaming and other digital life.

And for good reason.

As of Wednesday, Windows 10 is no longer supported.

That means that if you’ve purchased a license to use it, you’re not able to update to the next version.

And while the new version will be free to upgrade, many users are still waiting for the next upgrade.

This article first appeared on Fox News.

Read more from Fox News:Microsoft shuts down its own PC gaming system in wake of shutdown of Windows 10″Windows 10 is a very popular product for many people,” Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella, said Wednesday.

“It’s an important component of the Windows ecosystem.”

The new version of Windows is built on top of the same technology Microsoft debuted back in 2016 and has been available for free for some time.

And in the years since, Microsoft has continued to support the software.

Microsoft has also announced a number of other ways that users can continue to use Windows 10.

Microsoft has released a new version that lets you run Windows 10 apps on your smartphone or tablet.

It also offers the ability to run Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 apps on a PC.